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Afternoon Walking Tour of Dublin

I don't do cookie-cutter itineraries learnt from senior tour guides who never moved with the times: instead I've put together an innovative, original and altogether alternative itinerary which will show you things in Dublin you will never see on other tours. This tour takes in an Oscar statuette, the seldom-visited City Hall, Dublin Castle, the mysterious Molly Malone, the smallest pub in Ireland, many quirky but little-known facts as well as some irreverent Dublin humor. Complimentary Afternoon Tea and Scones are then provided for all participants in the gracious surroundings of Buswells Hotel at the end of the tour.

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  • What's included :
    • Coffee and/or Tea - Complimentary Afternoon Tea and Scones provided for all participants in Buswells Hotel at the end of the tour.
    • My father used to say Ireland would be a great country if you could put a roof over it...he was right! I'll have a few umbrellas with me, so that our weather doesn't spoil this experience for you ;-)
    • Complimentary disposable medical masks, sanitiser and wipes supplied to all tour participants
    What's excluded :
    • This is a typical itinerary for this product

      Stop At: An Post General Post Office, General Post Office O'Connell Street Lower, Dublin D01 F5P2 Ireland

      The GPO was the Headquarters of the 1916 Easter Rising, which led to Irish Independence in 1922.

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Ha'penny Bridge, 14 Bachelors Walk Wellington Quay, Dublin Ireland

      The Ha'penny Bridge was built in 1816 to connect the North and South sides of the River Liffey. Where once a toll of a half penny was charged to cross, no fee is charged today. 27,000 people cross the bridge every day.

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: The Temple Bar, 47 / 48 Temple Bar, Dublin D02 N725 Ireland

      Dublin's most elegant and legendary pub, situated right in the heart of the district of the same name

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Wall of Fame, 20 Temple Lane South Temple Bar, Dublin Dublin 2 Ireland

      We stop briefly at the Irish Rock and Roll Museum and Wall of Fame. The Wall is a Visual Tribute to the Leading Lights of the Irish Rock Music Scene Past and Present. See how many you can Name!

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street Temple Bar, Dublin Ireland

      See the Oscar Statuette awarded in the 1985 Academy Awards to Irishwoman Josie MacAvin for Best Artistic Direction in Sydney Pollack's "Out of Africa”

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: City Hall Exhibition Centre Dame Street Cork Hill, Dublin D02 NP93 Ireland

      City Hall has by far the most beautiful interior of any building in the country: View Thomas Cooley's stunning vaulted ceiling, as well as the giant mosaic coat of arms of the City of Dublin

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Dame St Dublin Castle, Dublin 2 Ireland

      See the Castle which was at the epicentre of British Rule during their 700 year colonial presence in Ireland

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street, Dublin Ireland

      Our afternoon stroll finally concludes at the Molly Malone statue, opposite O'Neills' Pub.... I'll then let you know who the legendary Molly Malone really was - and tell you the tragic secret of her beauty!

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: The Dawson Lounge, 25 Dawson Street, Dublin Dublin 2 Ireland

      Visit the Smallest Pub in Dublin, all of Ireland, and quite possibly - in the World!

      Duration: 5 minutes

      Stop At: Mansion House Dawson Street Dublin 2, D02 AF30, Dublin Ireland

      Dublin's most elegant building by far, and the oldest free-standing residence in the city, the Mansion House - completed in 1712, was the first dedicated Lord Mayor's residence anywhere in the British Isles.

      Duration: 5 minutes

    • Departure Point :
      The Spire, O'Connell Street Upper, North City, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
      Departure Time :
      3:00 PM
      Return Detail :
      Buswells Hotel, 23-27 Molesworth St, Dublin 2, D02 CT80, Ireland
      Hotel Pickup :
      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Stroller accessible
      • Service animals allowed
      • Near public transportation
      • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
      • Most travelers can participate
      • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 25 travelers
      • Face masks provided for travelers
      • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
      • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
      • Disposable medical masks, sanitiser and wipes supplied free of charge to all tour participants
    • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.



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    Organised by Jack Caffrey

    Activity ID: V-191368P1

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